As a matter of course, Office 2003 offers an implicit custom word reference that gives you a chance to store terms and names that would somehow get hailed as unrecognized amid a spell check. Word and PowerPoint offer foundation spell-checking, so you should simply right-tap on a hailed term (wavy red line) and pick Add To Dictionary from the alternate route menu. Exceed expectations and Outlook expect you to run the spell checker yourself. When they experience an unrecognized term, they’ll open the Spelling discourse box and give you the choice to add the term to the custom lexicon. In any case, the term will arrive in Custom.dic, the default custom word reference document, and every one of the applications will disregard the term when they go over it once more.
Now and then, however, you may incidentally add an incorrectly spelled term to the custom word reference. For example, you may accidentally mistype an organization name or some new piece of language and add it to the word reference before you get your misstep. A word reference with incorrect spellings in it is to some degree counterproductive, so it’s a smart thought to go in and expel them when they sneak in. In spite of the fact that Excel and PowerPoint 2003 let you add words to the common lexicon, you need to utilize Word (or Outlook) to adjust the word reference document. Here are the means for doing this in Word:
Go to Tools | Options, tap on the Spelling and Grammar tab, and tap the Custom Dictionaries catch. (Figure A).
In the Custom Dictionaries discourse box (Figure B), ensure CUSTOM.DIC (default) is chosen in the Dictionary List and snap Modify.
At the point when the CUSTOM.DIC discourse box opens (Figure C), find the incorrectly spelled word in the Dictionary list box, select it, and snap Delete.
To supplant the term with the right form, simply type it in the Word content box and snap Add (Figure D). When you’re done, leave all exchange boxes by clicking OK.
Microsoft Outlook 2003
On the off chance that you need to alter the custom word reference utilizing Outlook, simply pick Options from the fundamental Tools menu and tap the Spelling tab, as appeared in Figure E. Under Edit Custom Dictionary, click Edit. Standpoint will then open the custom word reference as a content document (Figure F).
What about Office 2007?
The Office 2007 applications all help to alter the custom lexicon. Furthermore, Outlook 2007 (which now offers foundation spell-checking in messages) incorporates an alternative to get to the custom lexicon record in a somewhat more exquisite path than by means of a content document.
In all the applications, you simply tap the Office catch and pick the Options charge at the base of the menu.
Pick Proofing from the sheet of classes on the left (Figure G).
Snap Custom Dictionaries to open the exchange enclose indicated Figure H.
Snap Edit Word List to open the CUSTOM.DIC exchange box (Figure I).
From that point, it works the same as Office 2003 — with the exception of that there’s a Delete All choice at this point. I figure that is in the event that you go on a drinking spree and figure out how to top off the whole lexicon record with incorrectly spelled words.
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